Photo: Pinterest \tCharlie McDermott (1990) \tCasper Smart (1987) \tDiora Baird (1983) \tRick Cosnett (1983) \tAlana Austin (1982) \tBret Harrison (1982) \tTim Hasselbeck (1978) \tMyleene Klass (1978) \tCandace Cameron-Bure (1976) \tZach Braff (1975) \tJoel West (1975) \tMarkku Lappalainen (1973) \tJason Hervey (1972) \tAmi James (1972) \tPaul Rudd (1969) \tTodd Chrisley (1969) \tAri Meyers (1969) \tLouie Spence (1969) \tBlack Francis (1965) \tWarren Haynes (1960) \tMichele Bachmann (1956) \tMichael Rooker (1955) \tJudi Bowker (1954) \tMarilu Henner (1952) \tPatrika Darbo (1948) \tJohn Ratzenberger (1947) \tNeal Boortz (1945) \tJudith McConnell (1944) \tAnita Pallenberg (1944) \tSusan Tolsky (1943) \tBarry Levinson (1942) \tMerle Haggard (1937) - (RIP 2016) \tBilly Dee Williams (1937) \tDudley Sutton (1933) \tIvan Dixon (1931) - (RIP 2008) \tKaren Verne (1918) - (RIP 1967) \tJulia Faye (September 24, 1893 - April 6, 1966) \tIgor Stravinsky (June 17, 1882 - April 6, 1971) \tGreer Garson (September 29, 1904 - April 6, 1996) \tTammy Wynette (May 5, 1942 – April 6, 1998) \tMickey Rooney (September 23, 1920 - April 6, 2014) \tJames Best (July 26, 1926 - April 6, 2015) \tMerle Haggard (April 6, 1937 – April 6, 2016) \t1975 – Capone is an American crime film starring Ben Gazzara and Harry Guardino. The movie is a biography of the infamous Al Capone, although much of it is supposedly fiction. \t1982 – “Annie” premieres \t1983 – Conquest is a fantasy horror film. A young man, armed with a magical bow and arrows, embarks on a mystical journey through a mystical land to rid it of all evil and joins forces with an outlaw to take down an evil witch bent on claiming the magic bow for evil. \t1984 – Moscow on the Hudson is an American romantic comedy-drama film starring Robin Williams as a Soviet circus musician who defects while on a visit to the United States. \t1984 – Up The Creek is a comedy film directed by Robert Butler. Bob McGraw is in his 12th year of college, goofing his way through life. \t1990 – Cry-Baby is an American teen musical romantic comedy film set in 1950s Baltimore. The plot centers around a bad-boy (Johnny Depp) with a heart of gold who wins the love of a good-girl. \t1990 – Ernest Goes to Jail is a comedy film and starring Jim Varney. It is the fourth film to feature the character Ernest P. Worrell. Bumbling Ernest P. Worrell is assigned to jury duty, where a crooked lawyer notices a resemblance with crime boss Mr. Nash, and arranges a switch. \t1990 – The First Power is a 1990 American horror film/neo-noir starring Lou Diamond Phillips, Tracy Griffith, Jeff Kober and Mykelti Williamson. A killer is given the gas chamber after committing several demonic murders. \t1990 – I Love You To Death is an American black comedy film starring an ensemble cast featuring Kevin Kline, Tracey Ullman. Set in 1983, in Allentown, Pennsylvania, where Frances Toto repeatedly tried to kill her husband, Anthony. She spent four years in prison for attempted murder and was released in 1988. "MUSIC TODAY" \t1925 – Eddie Cantor recorded “If You Knew Susie.” \t1956 – Paramount Pictures signed Elvis Presley to a three-movie deal. \t1956 – Capitol Tower, the home of Capitol Records in Hollywood, CA, was dedicated. It was the first circular office tower designed in America. It is 13 stories tall and 92 feet in diameter. \t1960 – The Everly Brothers opened their first British tour in London. \t1963 – The Kingsmen recorded their version of the song “Louie Louie.” \t1965 – The Beach Boys recorded “California Girls.” The vocals were recorded on June 4. \t1968 – Apple Corps Ltd., the Beatles’ record company and management and publishing firm, opened. \t1968 – Pink Floyd announced founder Syd Barrett has officially left the group due to his suffering from psychiatric disorders from drug use. \t1971 – Rolling Stone Records was formed to promote the hits of The Rolling Stones. \t1974 - "Ladies and Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones" opened at New York City's Ziegfeld Theatre. It was the first concert film to feature a soundtrack in quadraphonic sound. \t1979 – Rod Stewart married Alana Hamilton in Beverly Hills. She was the ex-wife of actor George Hamilton. \t1985 – Gilbert O’Sullivan won a $2 million lawsuit against his former manager for unpaid royalties. "TV/RADIO TODAY" \t1931 – First broadcast of “Little Orphan Annie” shown on NBC radio \t1971 – WCPB TV Channel in Salisbury, MD (PBS) begins broadcasting \t1990 – “Sydney” starring Valerie Bertinelli premieres on CBS-TV \t1990 – “Normal” life starring Dweezil Zappa premieres on CBS-TV \t1998 - Dick Clark, Chubby Checker, Fabian and Lesley Gore appeared on CBS-TV's "Murphy Brown." "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS..." \t925 – First film shown on an airplane (British Airways) \t1930 – Hostess Twinkie is invented by James Dewar \t1947 – First Tony awards. Arthur Miller (playwright) and David Wayne win theatrical achievement awards \t1954 – First TV dinner sold by Swanson & Sons \t1957 – NYC ends trolley service \t1970 – First ComicCon opens in San Diego, California \t1973 – US launches Pioneer 11 to Jupiter and Saturn \t1974 – Yankees has 1st home game in Shea Stadium, NY \t1980 – Post It notes are invented \t1987 – 22nd Academy of Country Music Awards host, Reba McEntire wins PLEASE LET US KNOW IF THERE ARE ANY CHANGES, ADDITIONS OR WRONG INFORMATION THAT YOU MIGHT SEE. WE APPRECIATE YOUR HELPING US KEEP THE DAILY "DYRT" AS CONCISE AND CORRECT AS POSSIBLE!